2018 Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation (SBBI) Yearbook

March 2018 Hardcover

Carla Nunes, James Harrington, Roger Grabowski, Roger Ibbotson

Duff & Phelps

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The 2018 Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation® (SBBI®) Yearbook includes returns, index values, and statistical analyses of U.S. large company stocks, small company stocks, long-term corporate bonds, long-term government bonds, intermediate-term government bonds, U.S. Treasury bills, and inflation from January 1926 to present (monthly).

This annual book has been the definitive annual resource for historical U.S. capital markets performance data for over 30 years (The SBBI Yearbook was previously published by Morningstar, Inc. under the name “Ibbotson Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation (SBBI) Classic Yearbook”). 

Anyone serious about investments or investing needs an appreciation of capital market history.

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Who should use the 2018 SBBI Yearbook?

The 2018 SBBI Yearbook is useful to a wide variety of readers. Foremost, anyone serious about investments or investing needs an appreciation of capital market history. Such an appreciation, which can be gained from this book, is equally valuable to the individual and institutional investor. For students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, this book is both a source of ideas and a reference. Other intended readers include teachers of these students; practitioners and scholars in finance, economics, and business; portfolio strategists; and security analysts. Chief financial officers and, in some cases, CEOs of corporations will find this book useful. More generally, persons concerned with history may find it valuable to study the detail of economic history as revealed in more than eight decades of capital market returns.

Unlike other Duff & Phelps data publications, the SBBI Yearbook does not provide extensive valuation data or methodology